Gyeonggi Province Introduces Self-Driving “Zero Shuttle” at 2022 Smart TransLogistiX

Createdd 2022-10-12 Hit 51

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○ Gyeonggi Province participated in the 2022 Smart TransLogistiX, the first smart road transportation distribution expo in Korea, to support the performance expansion and market development of the Gyeonggi Autonomous Driving Center and resident companies.
○ Introduction of Zero Shuttle, Korea’s first public self-driving vehicle, and presentation of Pangyo Zero City’s operation results

On October 12, Gyeonggi Province announced that 5 resident companies of the Gyeonggi Autonomous Driving Center will participate in the 2022 Smart TransLogistiX at COEX Seoul from October 12 to 14.

A total of 111 major companies and government organizations related to road transportation and mobility – including the Gyeonggi Autonomous Driving Center, Korea Railroad Research Institute, and Amazon Web Service Korea – are slated to participate in the 2022 Smart TransLogistiX, Korea’s first smart transportation distribution expo, which is co-sponsored by COEX and the Korea Road Association. Innovative technologies and solutions pertaining to the mobility and distribution industries, such as autonomous driving and smart distribution, can be viewed at this event.

Gyeonggi Province introduced Zero Shuttle, Korea’s first public level-4 self-driving vehicle, which was realized by Gyeonggi Province in cooperation with companies of the Gyeonggi Autonomous Driving Center. On October 13 at the Smart Mobility & Smart Logistics Innovation Strategy Conference, Gyeonggi will present the autonomous driving that has been its primary focus since 2016 at the Gyeonggi Autonomous Driving Center, including the performance at Pangyo Zero City and the operation of the autonomous driving testbed.

In addition, Gyeonggi Province will introduce resident companies of the center, including Treeze Engineering, This is Engineering, Wayties, Hills Engineering, and Divine Technology. The center has been supporting the resolution of difficulties faced by new autonomous driving companies, including performance expansion and market development.

Kim Kyu-sik, Director General of Gyeonggi Province’s Future Growth Policy Bureau, said, “We will constantly strive to promote the development and advancement of autonomous driving technologies and achieve results via overseas investments and autonomous driving services for provincial residents through the continued support and cooperation of the Gyeonggi Autonomous Driving Center’s resident companies.”